Luxury Lake Tahoe Home Offers Skate Park

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The only house in Lake Tahoe with it's own skate park bowl is on the market for $15.5 million dollars. This family compound also offers a professional grade built-in super trampoline, professional rock climbing wall + gear room, built-in organic granite hot tub, meandering custom built creek, and hot springs at the edge of a waterfall.

Located in the exclusive Martis Camp, this luxury property sits on 2.88 acres and offers 9,352 sq.ft. of living space with 6 bedrooms and 6 full baths, plus 2.5 half baths. The soaring ceiling garage offers 1,800 sq. ft. of space with dual access, scissor-lift doors, built-in mechanics floor car lift and 600 AMP power. The roominess allows for 11 cars to be safely stored. 

Inside and outside this home there are striking panorama views of treetops and Martis Valley, Mt. Rose and the Carson Range beyond. What also makes this one-of-a-kind estate unique are the two glass hallways bridging separate wings of the home, one of the bridges spans the water feature that cascades to the front of the guest house below. 

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Throughout the home there are wide plank black walnut finished hickory wood floors, teak cabinets and natural stone countertops in the kitchen and bathrooms.

There’s a two-story master suite with a sleeping area upstairs and a large room below. This area is ideal for creating an office, gym, studio, library, or whatever the buyer envisions. That same two-story master suite layout is mirrored on the north wing looking out to the forest and the enchanting gardens just beyond the door.

Back on the main floor, just beyond the entry is the deck with firepit, barbecue bay, and the lounge and outdoor dining area overlooking the beauty of this area.  

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Architect Shay Zak and Walton Architecture designed the main downstairs area with a media room, mini-kitchen/bar, fireplace and big screen television. Nearby is a bunk room and bedroom offering serene morning views.

Interior Designer Nicole Hollis selected Ann Sacks tiles, custom chandeliers and scones throughout the home. Some of the furniture is included and some is negotiable.

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Below the double-lot property is a series of verandas that wind through gardens and step down past a skate bowl, an oversized built-in trampoline, firepit area, tall aspen trees and a creek to a guest house with a bedroom, large kitchen and pantry, and a great room with fireplace, television and views of Lookout Mountain, Martis Valley, and the main house above.

For additional information about this family estate, contact Jonas Mikals, Sales Executive at Martis Camp Realty at (530) 550-3200.

Jill Weinlein

Los Angeles based Jill Weinlein covers travel, food and lifestyle destinations for multiple newspapers, magazines and websites. Her areas of expertise include, luxury travel, culinary reviews, cruising and family travel destinations. Born in Los Angeles, Jill studied Communications and Theatre Arts at UCLA. She has a a Dine and Travel blog - and she writes a weekly restaur...(Read More)

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